Angeli, Francesco Antonio, Degli

Angeli, Francesco Antonio, Degli, an Italian Jesuit, was born at Sorrento, about 1567. He was employed in tie foreign missions in India, and afterwards in Ethiopia, where he went in 1605. His piety caused him to be held in high esteem at the court of the prince Zagachristi, whom he induced to abjure the Eutychian errors. He died in 1623, after having translated into the Ethiopic language: the Commentary of Maldonatus on the Gospels of Matthew and John.

 
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